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Page 9 text:
The present, as a modern day, must always recog-
nize that there is a past and a future. Every present
considers itself modern, and its day modernistic, in
the belief that it has made a decided advance over the
past. This assumption is not always true. The present
should be the 'best ever W in every sense.
The past has presented to the present its good and
bad experiences. Taking everything into consideration,
the good outweighs the bad. If this were not so the
procession of days would not have shown a total advance
over the past.
But the present is charged with the great respon-
sibility of passing to the future not only the exper-
iences of the past, but of its own day. This should
cause serious thought and give inspiration for this
modern world to do its best. we must be careful lest
we break into bits the buildings of the past and pres-
ent and throw the mass of chaos into the lap of the fu-
Study the rings on the stu p of a tree. Each ring
was once modernisticg but the next year another ring
covered it. These rings tell the story of the tree's
time and show its life development. Each ring reveals
that while it was forming it was molded by its environ-
ment. It also tells the story of its day. But the na-
ture of the tree was not changed. Only its form and
expression were altered. This modern generation must
be true, serving the people of today and the future by
just and fair interpretation and use of the contribu-
tion of the past.
Dr. Edward H. Todd
President College of Puget
Page 11 text:
0. F. WEYERMANN, M. A.
Superintendent. University of Washington graduate in the year of
1927. Received Master of Education degree in 1932. He teaches
manual training, advanced mathematics and bookkeeping, and
advises the Sophomores.
ANN MCCLEW, B. S.
Adviser of the Senior class and Hi Log Also teaches home eco'
nomics, typing, Sophomore English, and civics. Graduated from
Oregon State college with a Bachelor of Science degree.
PAUL J. MCCORMICK, B. S.
Graduated from Idaho State College in 1926. Is a Bachelor of
Science. Teaches algebra, physics, boys' athletics, economics.
Adviser to the Freshmen. Principal.
BETTY BEAUMONT, B. A.
Graduated from the State College of Washington and majored in
public school music. Teaches Junior English, Freshmen English.
French, glee clubs, world history and is Junior adviser.
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